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AT THE DAY CITY.
Dramatic Matters in San Fran
The Opening: of Stockwell's Hew
A House That Is Perfect In All Partica
lars—The Daly Company—Fran
cis Wilson—Notes and
Special Correspondence to the Herald, i
Ban Fbancisco, July B.—Stockwell's
theater was opened last night, the exact
date for its opening when worx was first
commenced upon it months ago. Is not
this a moat remarkable happening?
How come eastern managers wbo have
groaned and sweat for weary.weeks,
waiting and waiting long past tbe dates
set for the opening of their new theaters
must envy Manager Stockwell bis good
fortune 1 And his theater was opened
most euccersfully. The honse was
crowded, and the,opening performance
was superb. The theater ia one of tbe
most beautiful I seen and one
of the most perfect architecturally. The
wood and relief work is in white and
gold, and the walla are delicately tinted.
The curtain was painted by Forrest
beabnry, a California artist, and is a
beautiful piece of work. The subject is
The Birth of Spring. There are six pro
scenium boxes on each side, making
twelve in all, and there are seven loges
between the orchestra and dress circle
seats. There are two balconies, and
there is absolutely not a poor seat in
the house; not one in which you cannot
see and hear perfectly. Everything
about the house is bright, and light
comes so abuntly from tbe many incan
descent lamps that it is the lightest
auditorium I have ever seen. One can
look around the house between the acts
and see every face with the utmost dis
tinctness, even far away in the further
most corner. It is a . most delightful
place in every respect, and congratula
tions were showered on Manager Lovell
B. Stockwell until you couldn't rest.
The architects, too, Wood and
Lovell, come in for a large share
of the congratulations and they dp
served them. Alf Ellinghourse, the busi
ness manager, was in his element, and
wherever he touched his hand things
ran smoothly. The audience waa en
thusiastic and'called everybody before
the curtain. Stockwell came out, but
wouldn't make a speech. He just
smiled, but that tickled the goda. Sea
bury, the scenic artist, was called out,
and at the end of 'the play Augustin
Daly was called for most uproariously,
and he made a nice little speech. Suc
cessful doesn't express the start Stock
well has made, and I never congratu
lated any one with more sincerity than
I did him last night.
The opening was done by Arjgustin
Daly's company, who appeared in that
moat beautiful of comedies, As You
Like It. Of course Ada Reban was tbe
central figure, though the others were
not lost by any means. It is a nearly
perfect performance in its ensemble.
But Ada Rehan, most delightful of mor
tals —ah, it would take columns to
enumerate the beauties of her perform
ance of Rosalind. Not that she has no
fault!?, but why seek for them when
there ia so much to please you ? She is
Strikingly original in the character, and
strews new readings along her path like
sunlight through the trees. She puts
such genuine life into the character,
gives it so much new expression and re
veals ao many unsuspected beauties in
the text and so many revelations of
Shakespeare's knowledge of emotional
color that one is bewildered. She is
always womanly end never allows you to
forget that she is a woman, although
not so obtrusively that Orlando would
guess Ganymede to be other than he
seems. She ia marvellous in the, scenes
where, as the boy, she makes Orlando
woo her aa his Rosalind, and instead of
having Rosalind simply return to her
self, she really gives the impression of a
girl playing a boy wbo ia playing at
being a girl. Oh, she is charming, and
the fainting scene is done by her with
more naturalness than I have ever teen
before, John Drew plays Orlando, but it
is out of his line, though he is too good
sun actor to do anything badly. James
Lewis is an admirable Touchstone—an
Almost perfect one, and George Clarke
gives a good though decidedly unconven
tional performance of the melancholy
Jacques. The other parts aro in good
hand?, and the scenic settings are
singularly beautiful and all painted
here. Three cheers for Stockwell and
Tomorrow night we shall have to bid
adieu to Francis Wilson. He and his
compa ly are exceedingly clever, and
they have given us delightful entertain
ment. In both the Merry Monarch and
the Lion Tamer they have made a hit,
and when Wilson cornea here again he
■will pack the house at every perfor
mance. He is a wonder, when you
come right down to it. Ho began hia
stage career as a eong-and-dance man,
end continued it several years. But he
waa always ambitious to become a
legitimate actor and foraook his line at
a time when he was receiving $100 a
week to go into tbe stock of the Chest
nut-street, Philadelphia, at $15. A
man with pluck enough to do that was
bound to succeed. He afterwards be
came the comedian of that theater and
then went on the road with a comedy
company. He began his successful ca
reer in comic opera with the McCauM
company, and continued at the New
Tork.Casino after McCaull went out of
it. He made bis big hit at that theater
as Cadeaux, in Erminie, under Aron
eon'a management. He is a quiet, stu
dious-looking man, and impresses you
immediately as being a gentleman in
every sense of the word. He ia an ex
pert boxer and fencer and a eplendid
Charlie Reed and Willie Collier have
made a hit at the California with Hobs
and Hoss. I suppose you want to know
whether it is good or not, but I really
cannot say. I saw the performance the
opening night, but my critical faculty
it I bate any—refused to do its work
and was dumbfounded in the presence of
the wildest and wierdest farce-comedy
it had ever encountered. I think that
if I was penned and had to give an
opinion I should say tbat Hoaa and
Hobs is absolutely the worst thing I
ever saw, aud one of the funniest. One
cannot look at Collier without laughing,
and if one listens to Charlie Reed he
gets hie moneys worth. They have a
a tack of new songs big enough to sink
a ship, and they are all funny; they
threw the sentimental ones all over
board. The company is clever, too, and
tm» LOS AyfrflLßfl HBBALD: MONDAY MOKNTNG, JULY 11, 1892.
yon know what a dancer Louise Allen
is. By the way, she is Mrs. Willie
Collier now, but I suppose you know
that. Tbe only trouble is that Reed and
Collier start you out en a fresh
laugh before you have got through with
tbe last one, and a man is carried out in
a fit every night. They take two weeks'
rest after tbey close here, and will be as
fresh as a new-mown babe when they
strike Los Angeles.
llaverly's Mastodon Minstrels are at
the Bush, and are making a very good
impression, for tbe audiences are large
and give the entertainers hearty ap
plause. Billy Rice is the chief fun
Charles Erin Verner is in his last
week at the Alcazar, presenting The
Tbe Pirates of Penzance is being well
given at tbe Tivoli.
Dr. Carver, with The Scout, is in his
last week at the Grand opera house,
and is giving a good open-air show
entitled Wild American Afternoons at
. At the San Francisco theaters the
week of the lltb, there will be much to
enjoy. Augustin Daly's company will
give The Last Word at Stockwell's,
Charles Frohman'a comedy company
will give Glorianaat tbe Baldwin, Reed
and Collier will continuo.with Hobs and
Hobs at the California, and Haverly's
minstrels will also continue at the Bush.
Sam Jack's Creole Burlesque company
will be at the Grand opera bouse, Wil
liam Redmond and Mrs. Thomaa Barry
will appear at the Alcazar in Herminie,
supported by the stock company, and
Clover will be given at tne Tivoli.
George Wallenrod has bought out
George Osbourne and George Willey's
interests in the Alcazar, and is now sole
Joseph Grismer and Phoebe Davies
will not begin their reason in New York
until titer the election, a very sensible
Manager Alfred Bonder of the Bald
win and Manager George Wallenrod of
the Alcazar have been suffering from
rheumatism, but both are better. Mr.
Bouvier is dow at Paso Robles springs,
where he will remain until the end of
Alabama is coming out here again
very soon. You will get to see this play
in Los Angeles this winter.
Henry L. Mkrritt.
LONG BEACH WAVELETS.
THIS PLEASURE WHARF'S FATE TO
BE DECIDED TODAY. '
Terminal Island Celrbrates the Opening
of Its Pavilion—The Chautauqua
Session Opens Today.
Long Beach, July 10.—Yesterday waa
one of those elysian days that are only
found at Long Beach, and that the
multitude of people who come down to
enjoy themseves thought so, was evi
dent from tbe pleased expressions on
Today will decide the fate of the pro
poeed pleasure wharf. The proposition
confroting the voters is the bonding of
the city to raise $15,000 wherewith to
build it. There can be no question as
to the great advantage it would be to
FESTIVITIES AT TERMINAL.
The bath house and pavilion at Term
inal island were opened to the public
Saturday. A large number of people
were present and their day's pleasure
concluded with a hop at the pavilion
that night. This new reeort can't help
but become popular.
Between 8000 and 9000 sacks of grain
was the threshing output of tbe Rancho
Alamitos this season.
One week from today the Chatauqna
association of Southern California will
meet here at the tabernacle in its sixth
annual session. The session will last
ten days and the programme of enter
tainment embraces a variety of subjects,
such aa lectures, readings, stereopticon
views, music, art, cooking, astronomy,
etc. Rev. Robert M'lntyre of Denver,
comes recommended as one of the great
est orators living and will give four of
his moat famous lectures, consisting of
Wyandotte or Thirty Hours in the Sun
less World, Fuu on the Farm, the
Pharaohs, and Buttoned up People. Ho
will also preach a sermon Sunday, Jaly
A NEW EDITOR.
The Long Beach Breaker changed
hands last Wednesdiy, Mr. H. A. Yar
nell, who has embarked in other busi
ness, selling his interest in the paper to
Mr. Wm. Galer, late of the Express,
and former publisher of the Gleudflle
Encinal. Mr. Yarnell labored faith
fully in the interest of Long Reach, and
has earned the gratitude of its people,
who regret hia departure. Mr. Galer
ia a newspaper man of tried experience.
Misses Hattie Lovellet and Ada Gould
of Orange were at tbe Fetterman house
several days last week.
Mrs. E. W. Bushyhead, wife of the
ex editor of the old San Diego Union,
waa a guest of Mies S. M. Johnson the
early part of the week.
C. E. Jones of Alhambra came down
last Saturday for a few days' rest.
J. J. Menzies and family of Los An
geles will occupy the Craita cottage this
Miss Maud Boyle of Los Angeles was a
visitor last week.
H. B. Rice, the Honolulu tourist
agent, and family are at the beach.
Mr. Ed McLese and family came last
Satuiday evening for a week's atav.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Hill and Mies Dora
Elkina and brother will spend the sea
son at Long Beach.
Mr. W. W. Orosier and family of Los
Angeles have taken a cottage here for
Professors Crow of Loa Asgeles and
Winbegler of Riverside were down on
Thursday on Chautanqua business.
Mr. John Elliott of the First National
bank, Los Angeles, and family occupy a
cottage on the beacb, and will aummer
here this season.
Rev. J. W. Phelps and family of Pasa
dena occupy tbe Farnsworth cottage on
Third street for the season.
Harry Bixby got home from Yale on
Saturday, and will epend hia vacation
here with hie parents.
Bueklen's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cats, braises,
sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever (ores, tetter,
chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin
eruptions, and positively cures piles, or no pay
required. It is guaranteed to give perfect sat
isfaction, or money refunded. Price, 25 cents
per box. For sale by C. F. Heinzeman.
One can bathe with perfect safety and free
from all breakers at the Crystal plunge, Santa
Monica, south of Arcadia
FASHIONS AT SARATOGA,
What Eastern Women Are
All Abont the Latest Modes in
Morning- Gowns in Neglige Style*— Duck
Salts—Fetching; Lace Cloaks.
Special correspondence to the Hebald. |
New York, July 3.—Neglige styles
are charmingly illustrated by silk, ben
galine or very fine crepon morning
gowns, in delicate pink, blue, heliotrope
or "serpent" greent made Watteau or
empire back, with white lace fronts,
generally quite loose, but sometimes a
ribbon girdle is tied across, or when a
half tight effect is desirable, a simu
lated corselet formed by rows of "baby"
ribbon run in the meshea of tl* lace ia
a pretty variety. Full lace sleevea
trimmed to match, either falling over
the wrist, or terminating at the elbow,
are in keeping with these soft, flowing
gowns. White or colored dotted Swiss
muslins look very fresh and sweet on
the hotel verandas in the morning;
simply made, with full round waists
and moire ribbon sashes tied at
the back with bows and long
ends. The newest morning costume is
of white duck, either plain or with a
dotted or checked surface, and made
Eton or blazer style. Their popularity
may be estimated, by tbe fact that in a
family where there are three young
ladies fourteen duck suits were included
in a Saratoga and Newport outtit.
Changeable Bilks trimmed with velvet
yokes, Watteau bows of velvet ribbon
on the same tone, black or white lace
showing delicate touches of jet or steel
passementerie, are a stand-by for both
afternoon and evening wear, particu
larly for driving, not being so delicate
aa to be easily injured by dußt. The
proportion of black dresses is small,
nets or grenadines being made over
BLACK LACE CLOAKS.
A black lace cloak presents a very
handsome appearance lor alternoou
drives, and a Chicago millionaire's wife
wears the most beautiful one that has
ever been seen this season. It is of a
heavy black net, in a slender fern leaf
design covering the figures, with a net
bex plaiting around the edge and a deli
cate jet pendant between each plait.
At the shoulders a deep V of garnet
velvet back and front, is edged with
black lace put on very full and wide on J
the shoulders; tapering down toward
the waist with jet passementerie where
the lace and velvet join. At the back is
a jet passementerie medallion with che
nille and jet "rain" fringe, fully 24
inches deep, and on each shoulder is
placed a smaller medallion with fringe
about 18 inches deep. A row of passe
menterie similar to tbat which outlines
tbe velvet V extends around the neck
and down each side of the front. An
other very elegant wrap for cool after
noons ia of black bengaline with crimson
satin stripes in two widths, richly
trimmed around the neck and lront
with superb black lace.
WAISTS AND BELTS.
The immense favor accorded silk'
waista and velvet, colored leather, gilt
or silver fancy belts, haa a solid basis of
utility and economy, as by means of a
half dozen silk waists, the same number
of vests, six or seven belts, two or three
ekirts and a white crepon or serge Eton
suit, a young lady of moderate meana
may always uave a change. A Ruseian
blouse of pink or white bengaline with
square yoke, cuffs and belt of jetted net
is another attractive waist for evening
Beautifnl evening dresses are of India
or Jap silk, lace crepon or crepe de
Chine; but tbe two most favored fabrics
are crape in all fashionable light shades
and embroidered crepons. An excep
tionally pretty design on very fine white
crepon is a cluster of white silk em
broidered daises with green stems, form
ing a border six inches deep extending
around the skirt. The waist is made of
a similar "all over" pattern and narrow
trimming edgeß neck and sleevea.
Crape dreseea have either a puff, or two
or three narrow ruffles on tbe skirt, and
sometimea plain chiffon ia used
in combination on the corsage
and as frilling on elbow sleeves. Fash
ionable handkerchiefs are Etill edged
with Valenciennes, ducbeaae or point,
and a row of insertion adds to tbe gen
eral effect. The newest styles combine
very fine embroidery and lace or em
broidery alone, and the preference for
wheel patters is noticeable. Colored
embroidery ia again coming into vogue,
and in the matter of perfumes it is
noticeable bow the old-time favorites
still hold their own, notwithstanding
the constant competition of their rivals
of later fame. Especially is thia the
caee with Murray & Lanman's delight
ful Florida water, which is this season
more popular then ever, and deservedly
so, aa no sweeter eaeence of living How
era could be conceived; its delicate odor
giving the stamp of gentility.
SHOES TO MATCH DRESSES.
Aa shoes now match costumes, gray,
tan or white canvaa are much in vogue,
black patent-leather trimmed, with
perforated facings, are stylish, and with
shot silks, very low bronze slippers with
beaded toea and a strap passing over
the instep are most appropriated. The
"Cleopatra" ia the newest fancy in
black slippers, haviug a patent-leather
back, suede vamp and either a ribbon
bow or Rhine • stone buckle in
front. The "Blucher Oxford"
is another new style with rounded up
pers and aa pointed toes and high heelß
aa the moat fastidious French taste could
demand. Gauze fans are always pretty
playthings, and a novelty in thia line
shows a two-inch wide overlapping chif
fon frill fastened sideways to each stick,
with pinked and spangled e-dges. For
the same design in black, very small
hand-painted flowers are used on the
chiffon frills instead of spangles.
Here is a current item which may be
suggestive to women. Mr. Gladstone
dotea on tea, but wants it made by hia
wife. Mra. Gladstone, of course, ia a
good cook. Bid any man whose wife
was a poor cook ever become great?
At the drug store, a valuable package,
worth ita weight in gold. My hair haa
stopped falling and all dandruff has dis
appeared since I found skookum root hair
grower. Ask yonr druggist abont it.
Santa Monica. When visiting the famous
resort be tore and enjoy tbe luxuries of v bath
in the Crystal plunge.
The Tennis Court Viators Are Awarded
Redondo Beach, July 10. —The h<»p
last night at the Redondo, given in
honor of the tennis gseats, proved a
very pleasant and recherche affair.
After the dancing the award of prizes to
tbe victors of the tennis court came off,
All comers' singles—Firet prize, silver
bowl (gold lined), R. Peyton Carter;
second prize, silver cup (gold lined),
Gentlemen's doubles—First prize,
opera glass for each, Messrs. Carter and
Lester; second prize, racquet to each,
Messrs. Butcher and Singleton.
Ladies' Binglea—First prize, Russian
leather pocket hook Isilver mounted),
Miss Grace Gilleland of Riverside; sec
ond prize, silver clock, Miss Shoemaker
of San Gabriel.
Mixed doubles—First prizes, silver
mounted brush for gentleman and silver
ecent bottle for lady, Mr. Carter and
Mies Shoemaker; second prizes, plir
of racquets, Mr. Germain and Mrs.
Judge Stanton And son havißg enjoyed
a few daya here, left for Los Angeles
Judge Bruneon ns a mackereler is a
success. He collared a fine string of tbe
gamey fish yesterday.
The steamer Eureka arrived from the
north last evening, landing for Redondo
50 tons merchandise and 13 passengers.
She returned from San Pedro at 1 o'clock
today, and will proceed to San Francisco
at 0:30 p. m.
' The fine passenger steamer Falcon
arrived from Avalon at 11 a. m. today,
and returned at 12:30 p. m.
Mr. W. D. Waseon of the Riverside
Enterprise was among the throng of
pleasure seekers at the beach today.
The railroads were again well patron
ized. At 2:20 today the road unloaded
2315 people, and more to follow.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Jaques of the
Loring opera house, Riverside, were at
the beach today.
Among the arrivals at the Redondo
today were: Miaa Hue M. Burnett, Fort
Wayne, Ind.; Miss Nellie Connor, Oak
land ; Mr. and Mra. H. A. Wiiislow,
Santa Monica; E. W. Price, J. F. Rich
ardson, Rcdlandß; T. A. Durr.ig, Fred D.
Smith, Buenal'ark ; Mr. and Mrs. W. B.
Braum, San Bernardino; W. D. Wasson,
Riverside Enterprise; F. E.Evanß, Mrs.
F. E. Evaus, Mies Edith Evans, Master
Wallace Evana, Mr. and Mrs. A. A.
Hubbard, Mr. and Mrs. John McClure,
C. A. King, W. S. Morrill, V. Sentoue,
Among the visitors stopping at the
Ocean View house we observe the regis
try of: C. H. Hamilton, A. B. Bates and
sister, Oakland; C. W. Stone, Tulare;
E. B. Maile, G. D. Harris, Redlanda; B.
Hostetter, San Francisco; J. S. Baldwin,
D. D. Webster, Miss E. Early, Pasadena;
Mr. and Mrs. Wi B. Martin, Mr. and
r>Mrs. J. H. Dorn, Riverside, P. Gane,
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Strody, Los An
A Little Child Burned While Playing
Pomona, July 10.—Mr. F. M. Parker
and Ed J. Peck have leased the Register
printing plant from Mrs. John Symea
and will continue that publication. They
are two young men who can be num
bered among the pioneers of the Pomona
Mr. John L. Meana arrived, in com
pany with his two daughters, Misses
Madge and Hattie, who have just grad
uated from Nebraska's seat of learning,
on Friday eveniug.
These moonlight evenings bring out
the young people. Friday evening a de
lightful time was had by those attend
ing the Epworth league out-door party
at G. W. McCleary's residence northeast
of town. A farm wigon filled with fresh
mown hay waa tbe meana of transporta
A child of Mr. Lon Meredith, Lemon
switch, played with matches and burned
itself quite severely in consequence. Dr.
R. T. Burr ia attending the case.
This annoying scalp trouble, which
gives the hair an untidy appearance, is
cured by skookum root hair grower.
It is fear that frightens even the doge
—fear of the cruelty of man. When
the Falkland islands were first visited
by man the wild dope found there ap
proached him without fear or aversion.
of confidence in it—the manu
facturers of Dr. Sage's Ca
tarrh Remedy. It's a faith
that means business, too—it's
backed up by money.. This
is what they offer: $500 re
ward for a case of Catarrh
which they cannot cure. They
mean it. They're willing to
take the risk—they know their
medicine. By its mild, sooth
ing, cleansing and healing
properties, it produces per
fect and permanent cures of
the worst cases of chronic Ca
tarrh in the Head. It's doing
it every day, where everything
else has failed. No matter
how bad your case, or of how
long standing, you can be
cured. You're sure of that—
or of $500. You can't have
both, but you'll have one or
CARRIAGE AND WAOON MAKER,
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Crrriages, buggies, express wagons. Black
smithing, painting and repairing. A Concord
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Factflry Price Sale
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• In Extra, Regular, Youths
and Boy'a Sizes.
We now run this store ns an outlet for our
factory. Goods sold at about FACTORY
PRICES, and far below all others.
French and English
Silk and Wool, etc.
The largest stock ever s>iown In this city,
and tbe lowest prices. All country orders
EffiSf & fl,
na S. SPRING ST.,
Opposite the If adean Hotel,
1 2 H (im
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JL tonrlst excursions every Wednesday; Eu
ropean steamship agency. For tic tuts and
reservation apply to U. F. HEAR, 229 south
Spring s.reet. 7-7 lm
Hammm railway and sieamship
Ticket Office, 122 W. Second ftreet, next
to Pacific Coast Ste»mshlp Company's office.
Railroad tickets bought, sold and exchanged.
REMOVAL NOTICE—I HAVE MOVED MY
Atlantic Steamship Agency to 212 South
Spring street, where I shall be glad to see all
my patrons. 6-15 CHA9, T. PARSONS.
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Atlantic Bteamship Agency, No. 119 Re-
Sneua st. Tickets to and from all points in
rest Britain and Europe; lowest rates.
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• every Wednesday via Salt Lake City and
Denver. Tourist cars to Chicago and Boston.
Manager in charge. "i Spring st.
IMPROVED EXCURSION CAR SERVICE;
the Santa Fe route, shortest through car line
to the east; dally through trains to Chicago;
special family tourist Bleeping car excursions
for Kansas City, St. Louis, Chisago and New
York personally attended through to Boston by
Santa Fe excursion conductors. For cheapest
tickets and full information apply to any agent
Southern California Ry, aud City Ticket Office
Santa Fe Route, 129 N. Spring si,, Los Angeles.
HILLIPB' EXCURSIONS VIA DENVER AND
Rio Grande railway and the Great Rock
Island route leave Los Augeles every Tuesday.
Porsonallv conducted through to Chicago and
Boston. Office. No. 13? South Spring st. Ift
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brick block, 127 E, Third st„, bet. Main
and Los Angeles; diseases of women, nervous,
rectal, sterility and genito-urinary diseavas
also electro therapeutics; hoars, 10 to 4.
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ment at 727 Bellevue aye. Calls promptly at
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(ecu days without the knife or detention trim
business. Office, corner Main and Seventh ste..
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to obstetrlos. diseases of women, especially
nervous troubles and diseases of childr>m.
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• Fulton blk, 207 New High st, Los Angeles.
MARION BROOKS, LAWYER. OFFICE:
• Rooms 28, 29. 80 and 31, Fulton block,
near courthouse. New High St. Telephone
981. 8-ll tf
D^TrURMYTTbKNTIST— OFFICE REMOVED
to 124% South Spring Btreet. All opera
tions guaranteed perfect at greatly reduced
prices. Extracting and filling without pain.
IW. WELLS, COR. SPRING AND FIRST
a* s«., Wilson block; take elevator; tooth
ttiicd and extracted without pain a specialty.
R. TUCKER, DENTIST—OFFICE, NO. l'iqTs
B. Spring Bt. 11-26-tf
DR. TOLHURBT. DJtHTIST, IOSJv N. SPRING
■It., moma 2. fl and 7. Painless ■yxrrantlnt
BURGESS J. RKJCVE, ARCHITECT. EUTAB
lisheu for the past 10 ytars la Lra Angeles.
Rooms 8 and 9 (second floor), Ferret block, cor
ner Spring and Third sts. 8-2 ly
Under tbe direction of Al Hatm *».
McLain & Lehxan, Managers.
-*-ONE WEEK—I 6—
COMMENCING MONDAY, JULY 11TH
\ FRANCIS "VVTLSON j
In their two great comic opera successes, from
the Broadway Theater, New York. All
the Original Scenery.
Monday, Tosbday and Wednesday,
THE MERRY MONARCH
Thursday, Friday and Satubday,
-*THE* LION * TAMER *-
S»le of scats will begin on Thursday.
RESIDENCE OF MRS. C. 11. CAPAN,
618 West Adams street.,
FOR - THE - BENEFIT - OF - THE
j WOMAN'S EXCHANGE, ;
FRIDAY EVENING, JULY 15, ISO 2.
A grand vocal, instruments' and promenade
concert will be given, with dancing afterwird.
This will be tho event of the season Tickets
75 c, which can be had of the committee, or at
the Woman's Exchange, 213 South Broadway.
Take University electric care, or Grand ave
nuo cable line. 7-8 7t
GET IN THE SWIM
j IST AT AJt O lIJIVIj
242 South Broadway.
WARM SWIMMING BATHB !
PORCELAIN BATH TUBS 1
AND GYMNASIUM I
Opon Daily from 7 a.m. till 10 p m.
AQUATIC EXHIBITIONS on Tuesday and
Thursday nights; a.bo ladies and geutlea,en in
DIVING FOR COINS every Monday, Wednes
day and Friday afternoon.
Spectators free, except exhibition nights.
"Get in the Swim."
NEW VIENNA BUFFET,
114 and 110 Court street.
F. Kbbeow, Proprietor.
Family Entrance. Family Departments,
FREE REFINED ENTERTAINMENT AND
Every evening from 8 to 12 o'clock.
This week, first appearance of the celebrated
:o: BUIT3 SISTERS, :o:
After a successful tour through the East.
And the New Vienna Buffet Orchestra.
MISS THERKSS KEHRMANN, • Directress,
FINE COMMERCIAL LUNCH from 11 a.m.
to 2 p.m.. and from 5 to 7 p.m.
A LA CARTE AT ALL HOURS.
The only place for imported Bavarian beers
on draught aud Berlin Weiss Beer; also Lemp's
Extra Pale and Buffalo. 4-3 tf
I BATH HOUSES! j
Hot Salt Water Baths Every Day in
PRICE FOR BATHS, 25 CENTS.
k5 -VOODBORY BUSINESS COLLEGE.
245 *. Spiing st, Los Angeles,
School iv session all summer. Thorough
training In the commercial and English
branches, penmanship, shorthand and telegra
phy. Cal. or write lor our new illustrated cata
logue. G. A. HOUGH, President.
W. G. BELKER, Vice-President.
7-5 3m E. C. WILSON Secretary.
SPECIAL SUMMER SESSION
-WILL OPS* AT—
THE LOB ANGELE3 BUSINESS COLLEGE,
144 South Main Street, June 27th.
One of the most successful t"ach»rs of the
public schools has boou employed for the Bum
mer. Classes will be farmed to accommodate
those who wish to make up back worn, who
wish to advance a grade, or to take np any
special work, such as penmanship, bookkeep
ing, shorthand, typewriting, etc. For lull par
ticulars call at college office, 144 Sou* Main.
E. R. BURADER, President. F. W. KELSKY,
Vice-President. I. N. IN'KEEP, Secretary.
816 91 lyr
KINDERGARTEN TRAININGSCHOOL WILL
reopen October sth. Address MRS. N. D.
MaYHBW, 67ri W. Twenty-third street. 7-9 tf
BOAEDINO SCHOOL FOB VOTING lADIES,
The fall term opens September 13th. (i-29tf
HE LONGLKY SHORTHAND INHT.TUTE,
the oldest and best. Pupils assisted to
situations, gpring and First streets. 0-26 It
RENCH LANGUAGE, $3 PER MONTH;
French art school for painting and draw
ing, $4 per month. MLLE DE LA BAKRE,
Wltson block, reom 97. 6 19 lm
UITAR TAUGHT BY PROF. AREVALO;
modern school; most rapid and easiest
method. Studio, room 16, old Wilson block.
TEACHERS' CLASS PREPARING FOR
county exrmination. Positions for gov
ernesses and teachers. 120)4 8. Spring.
lUDLAM SCHOOL OF ORATORY AND
J Arts. V M.C.A. building. 7-K tf
PACIFIC LOAN COMPANY—LOANS MONEY
In any amounts on all kinds of personal
property and collateral security, on pianos with
out removal, diamonds, jewelry, sealskins, bi
cycles, carriages, libraries, or any property ot
value; also on furniture, merchandise, etc., in
warehouses; partial payments received, money
without delay; private offices for consultation;
will call if desired. W. E. DkGROOT, Manager,
rooms 2, 3 and 4, No. 114 S. Spring st, opposlie
Sadean hotel. 7-29 tf
6 PERCENT FIDELITY SAVINGS AND LOAN.
Rooms, Cslifomia Bank building. 2-16 tf
MONEY TO LOAN—
On mortgages; city property a specialty.
MAIN-STREET BAVINGS BANK,
1-29 tf 426 80. Main.
MONEY LOANED ON BP MOND3, J3WEL
ry, watahes, planes, sealskins, live stack,
carriages, bicycles and i kinds of persossl and
collateral ■.ecority, LEE BROB., 402 8. Spring,
IF YOU WANT MONEY WITHOUT mSay!
. no commission, at prevailing rates of inter
est, see Security Savings Bank, 148 8. Main ft
STOCKS AXD BONDS.
BONDS, STOCKS, MORTGAGES BOUGHT
and sold; first-class securities only; loans
negotiated quickly and cheaply; glvf us a call.
PIRTLK REAL ESTATE AND TRUST COM
PAN Y. 22» West Second street. Mem ber Real
Estate and Bond Exchange, 6-14 lm
street. Best dyeing in the city. 1-13 tl
BU'ROPOLITAN STEAM DYE-WORKS,
241 Franklin ft. Fln>» dyeing and clean.
blacksmith shop; iron and brass casting,
tools, models, patterns, pulleys, shafting,
hangers, etc ; general ropslring. Agents fr«r
Best's gas engine. Telephone, 902. No. 634
8. Los Angelea St., Los Ancelea, Cal. 8-25 4m
OUS and asphalt pavlns. 217 W, First st.